NYXEN DELIVERS SUMMER SINGLE ‘CHAINS’ OUT NOW VIA UNKNOWN RECORDS

After spending the first half of the year locked in the studio, rising Australian producer Nyxen is making it her mission to close out the summer on a high note with her latest release, ‘Chains’. The track succeeds her highly supported late 2017 hit ‘In the City’ as she sets the stage for the release of a full length LP to come. ‘Chains’ is officially out now across all available streaming platforms via Unknown Records.

 

Nyxen has been touted throughout her career for her ability to tell a story though her soothing and melodic production style, which has helped her amass a core fanbase over the years. Boasting a meticulous string of bass lines and chords that gracefully play off her chilling vocal topline, Nyxen channels an unparalleled trademark sound to form one of her most impressive works to date in ‘Chains’. The subdued instrumental serves as the preeminent track to conclude the summer season and is primed to receive massive support across all global radio waves.

The young Australian star has undeniably carved out her own path since she kicked off her career with a remix of The Temper Trap’s iconic ‘Sweet Disposition’. Amassing over 10 million streams from Spotify alone, Nyxen has found herself in a highly enviable position, and is currently amidst a supporting Australian tour for Golden Features’ newest album. Having already released an EP through Unknown Records in 2016, Nyxen has sights to take the next step in her career as she prepares her full-length album.

Stay up to date with everything Nyxen by following her socials for news about her latest releases, upcoming album, tour dates & more.

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